With the NHL bringing back the Reverse Retro jersey concept this season, the word is beginning to leak out that the Bruins will be bringing back the infamous ‘Pooh Bear’ logo. Chris Creamer of sportslogos.net tweeted a screen-grab from the NHL shop website that showed the Bruins will have the logo back … Keep Reading
The 2000s were a bit of a mixed bag for the Bruins. They had some tough seasons, finishing low in the now-defunct Northeast Division. They also made a couple of short playoff runs that left something to be desired. Towards the end of the decade, they started to turn things around … Keep Reading
With the Bruins’ recent firing of Bruce Cassidy, the attention now turns to Don Sweeney and Cam Neely, as they are tasked with replacing a coach who made the playoffs every year he was behind the bench and won a Presidents’ Trophy, Prince of Wales Trophy, and the Jack Adams Award. … Keep Reading
By Matthew Cahill | Follow Me On Twitter @MWCahill5
For the better part of the last ten years, David Krejci has been one of the best playoff performers for the Boston Bruins and certainly the best during specific stretches. In the Bruins five first-round games against the Capitals, Krejci tallied two assists, giving him 117 career points in the NHL Playoffs. Krejci has recorded his … Keep Reading
By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12
The NHL announced Monday that the Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers will play an outdoor game at Lake Tahoe, confirming Elliotte Friedman’s initial report. The game will be held on Sunday, Feb. 21, as part of the league’s NHL Outdoors series.
On January 1, 1954, Frank Zamboni, who was the inventor of the best-known ice surfacing machine for that time, and assistant Robert Skrak demonstrated a very early version of the unit to Boston Garden Arena management. The Bruins ordered one and became the first National Hockey League franchise to use the machine … Keep Reading
15 years ago today, the Bruins made a move that shook up the hockey landscape for years to come. In a day that will go down in infamy for Bruins fans, star captain Joe Thornton was traded to the San Jose Sharks.
Following the 2004 lockout season, GM Mike O’Connell … Keep Reading
No doubt one of the better players coming back from the Boston Bruins trading Joe Thornton to the San Jose Sharks. The 6′-0″ 196-pound winger hailing from West Germany had his best years in my opinion while playing in a Bruins jersey. Before the infamous trade, Sturm started his career in the … Keep Reading
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